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I noticed that when I originally bought the game the setup file that I downloaded and installed was named: setup_ftl_advanced_edition_2.3.0.13.exe

But now, if I go to re-download it, it is called: setup_ftl_-_advanced_edition_1.5.13_(9345).exe

The files are different sizes, but both seem to install version 1.5.13 of the game.

What is the difference?
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You are right, there are no differences for the game itself.
My guess would be that GOG is simply rolling out new installers, which change the way things work internally a bit? It could be support for Galaxy, for example.
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Urnoev: You are right, there are no differences for the game itself.
My guess would be that GOG is simply rolling out new installers, which change the way things work internally a bit? It could be support for Galaxy, for example.
From OP it sounds like they're now actually naming installers in a way that we can tell the version of the game from the installer, instead of GOG installers having their own freaky version numbering that's totally different.

About time I say! Should make it much easier to see if we're up-to-date here at GOG compared to others...
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avatar12: What is the difference?
Please see the changelog. Recent windows version had only one thing change - galaxy support. Probably different name of binary and different installer structure.